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Jun 28, 2013 5:30am PDT
. >> meanwhile, edward snowden's decision to expose u.s. surveillance programs has provoked an international trade dispute. he wants to claim asylum in ecuador. the president of ecuador has accused the united states of trying to blackmail him into handing over this former nsa contractor. president correa says he will not give into washington's threats to cut business ties. >> to grant or deny asylum is an inherent right of a sovereign nation. it is unacceptable to try to demonize a state to accept an asylum request. do not waste her time. ecuador does not accept pressure or threats from anyone, nor does it sell its principles or sovereignty. nor does it submit to trade interests, no matter how important. >> russian authorities say edward snowden remains at a transit zone at a moscow airport. so far no journalist has managed to interview him there. peter sharp joins me from moscow with the latest developments. what do we know about edward snowden's whereabouts? >> we gather he is still ensconced in the terminal and moscow airport. he has been there nearly a week. it will be a week on sunday t
Jul 2, 2013 8:30pm PDT
people. >> thank you both for your reports. still ahead, the search or the latest on edward snowden. >> nsa analyst and leaker edward snowden still on the run, getting equal parts praise from venezuela's president and now his own father. all ofthe deta >> edward snowden, the former intelligent systems analyst wanted by the united states on charges of leaking secrets, has officially requested asylum in 21 countries around the world according to the website wikileaks. some of those countries include china, italy, russia, and india. snowden has received rejections from some of the countries, including poland, norway, spain, and austria. others have not given a response. many countries say they will not consider the request until snowden arrives in theirs -- in their respective countries. one of the countries snowden is considering is bolivia. a short time ago, a plane with bolivia's president was diverted among rumors that snowden was on the plane. >> we do not know whether that plane did kerry edward snowden even though there was plenty of suspicion and talk before bolivia's president
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Jul 1, 2013 9:00am PDT
an extradition treaty so only a matter of time before he comes flying home, right? >> edward snowden hopped a flight out of hong kong early this morning our time headed for moscow. >> john: to get a connecting flight to justice town, right? now, you might be asking, how did that happen? we've been told that the u.s. government was in constant contact with hong kong authorities. >> they're back and forth on the phone talking like, do you still know where he is? yes, we still know where he is. all that is going very smoothly up until friday. then first of all they stopped calling back. >> john: yes, you heard right. hong kong simply stopped returning our calls. basically the united states, the most powerful government on earth, was turned into a sad ex-boyfriend. hey, china, it's america. could you call me again? make sure you got our earlier messages and tkses and emails. not sure where you are. in the shower so i thought maybe i missed your call. just checking on that whole extradition thing we talked about. maybe give us a call or don't. it's cool. it's not cool. please do call. it's ameri
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Jul 1, 2013 9:30am PDT
that is my only job. okay. former n.s.a. analyst and current drone bait edward snowden has gone missing, folks. that's right. this computer whiz has hit escape, control-alt-deleted himself and has avoided being caps-locked up, f7. jim? >> man on the run. where is n.s.a. leaker edward snowden headed next. >> the high-stakes game of cat apped mouse reaches a fever pitch as spy whistle-blower edward snowden remains on the run. >> edward snowden says catch me if you can. a global game of hide and seek >> stephen: yes, a global game of hide and seek. why did we agree to count all the way to 100? and has anyone checked behind curtains in the living room? now, folks, nobody knows exactly where snowden might be. so far there's just been a lot of irresponsible speculation and i want in on it which brings me to my now running segment ♪ where in the world is edward snow-diego? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> stephen: if i get it right, i could win a trip to anywhere in the continental united states. oh, i've always wanted to go to queens. better get my shots. now, for weeks now, folks, it's been
Jul 1, 2013 11:35pm PDT
Ángeles jaime garcÍa. > >>>. >>> y moscÚ y edward snowden criticÓ al presidente barack obama lo que llamÓ el uso de peores prÁcticas para persa girl y el hombre acusado de filtrar informaciÓn sobre el programa de espionaje pidiÓ asilo a rusia, vamos con mÁs informaciÓn. >>> edward snowden escandalizÓ con revelaciones por el programa cibernÉtico de estados unidos y tambiÉn es papÁ caliente para paÍses a los que pide asilo como ecuador, y el presidente correa retÓ aÚn viso despuÉs que reveloramos este salvoconducto para que edwards u s. viajara por cuestiÓns de asilo y nego que hubiera aprobado el documento. >>> y cualquier documento en este sentido no tiene valdez alguna , y es responsabilidad de quien lo haya emitido. >>> y el presidente del ecuador dijo que sancionarÍa a su cÓnsul en londres por haber emitido el documento sin autorizaciÓn, pero la carta conocida hoy que edward snowden hablaba a correa, y deja para pensar y edward snowden dijo, ecuador... y la acciÓn del cÓnsul en... y garantizo que derechos fueron garantizados en la salida de hong kong nunca me podrÍ
Jul 2, 2013 8:00am PDT
, andded four napoli guards afghan guard and two siblings as well as for insurgents. edward snowden has issued his first outlook message since arriving at a moscow airport more than a week ago. in a statement posted on the wikileaks website, snowden to dim the obama administration for revoking his passport and pressuring foreign governments to reject his bids for asylum. he compared himself to former nsa official thomas drake and u.s. army private bradley manning in the former nsa, strake writing -- snowden added -- its legal advisers sarah harrison has submitted asylum petitions on snowden's behalf to 21 countries, including china, cuba, india, brazil, and a number of others in latin america and europe. but snowden reportedly has withdrawn his request for asylum in russia after president putin said he could only stay there if you stopped leaking information harmful to the united states. if he wants to go anywhere and someone will accept him, he is welcome if he wishes to stay here, then we have one condition. he must stop his work aimed at harming our american partners. although it sou
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Jun 27, 2013 7:00pm EDT
." also, president obama finally discusses the nsa liquor edward snowden. the president sounding like a man who is trying to downplay the significance of the crimee even though he has been charged with espionage. >> i am not going to have one case of a suspect who we're trying to extradite suddenly be elevated to the point where i have to start doing wheeling and dealing in trading on a whole host of other issues. this simple way to get a guy extradited said that he can face the justice system here in the united states. now, i get why it is a fascinating story from the press perspective. you know, and i am sure that there will be a made-for-tv movie somewhere down the line. lori: we begin tonight with immigration reform. the next stop for the bill is the house where it faces a chilly reception. >> the house is not going to take up and vote on whenever the senate passes. we're going to do our own bill through regular order and there will be legislation that reflects the role of our majority and the will of the american people. and further in the legislation, including the conference re
Jul 3, 2013 5:30pm PDT
examines the diplomatic saga unfolding as the world wonders where edward snowden is and what his fate will be. >> ifill: fred de sam lazaro reports on one group's efforts to help victims of the deadly factory collapse in bangladesh. >> every business that we have gone into has something to do with poor peoples' needs. we are looking at opportunities we need to do something very quickly, otherwise bangladesh might lose a lot of business. >> brown: and judy woodruff gets an inside-the-courtroom account of the trial of whitey bulger, the accused boston mob boss charged with racketeering and murder. >> >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> ifill: egypt's first democratically elected leader has been overthrown by the country's armed forces. president mohammed morsi has reportedly been moved to an undisclosed location. morsi's twitter account quotes him saying he rejects what he called a "full coup." margaret warner begins our coverage. >> reporter: cheers erupted from hundreds of thousands celebrating in tahrir s
Jun 27, 2013 7:00pm PDT
fighting for whistle-blower edward snowden. three days of fighting in the libyan capital. carrying a fashion executive is found in venezuelan waters. we are learning this hour that a new alleged whistle-blower is said to be under investigation in the united states. according to reports, a former high-ranking u.s. general is being investigated for leaking and permission about a sniper attack on iran's nuclear program. the attack in 2010 used a computer virus stuxnet to disable 1000 centrifuges the enrichs were using to uranium. what more are you hearing and reading about this investigation? >> we are talking about the nbc news report and nbc news's are broadcasting partner, about the retired marine corps general james cartwright who used to be the no. 2 person on the joint chiefs of staff from 2007 until 2011, basically the no. 2 in the u.s. military. he was instrumental in the development of the program known as stuxnet, which was designed to interrupt the operation of more than 1000 iranian intrifuges at every actor 2010, i believe. it was a serious problem, not just because it in
Jun 26, 2013 6:30pm PDT
on the show, a landmark u.s. supreme court decision on gay rights. >> edward snowden spends another day at moscow airport as the revelation is causing outrage in germany. >> humiliation for australia's first female prime minister as the demands -- the man she ousted returns to topple her from the top office. >> a major victory for the gay- rights movement, the u.s. supreme court has struck down a law defining marriage marriage as between a man and a woman. >> gay married couples will now receive the same federal benefits as their head of her sexual counterparts. hundreds of gay marriage supporters gathered outside the court to hear the verdict. judges dismissed a second gay marriage case effectively clearing the way for the resumption of same-sex marriage is also in the state of california. >> for the latest on story, we are joined by max hoffman. can you tell us more about this ruling echo >> there are two rulings, as you know. the first has a federal level to it, the defense of marriage act that grants federal benefits also to same-sex marriages. before that, it was only for marriages
Jul 2, 2013 5:30am PDT
is currently suspended without pay. >>> edward snowden still hiding in moscow's airport. we are getting an idea of where he is seeking asylum. >>> we give you a live look at san rafael right now. the bart strike affecting commutes all over the bay area. we are trying to get more buses out there but the roads snarled up. we have live updates all morning long. you can get an idea of alternate routes by looking at the ticker on the bottom of the screen. >>> you're watching "today in the bay." >>> edward snowden right now petitioning a long list of countries for asylum this morning. a few hours ago he pulled one of the countries off his list "today in the bay's" pott s live in washington, d.c. this is a story changing day to day. >> as of today at least 20 countries still on that list. the one that edward snowden pulled himself, russia, the country where he is in though not technically because he is in the transit area of the airport. russia said he could stay, president putin said as long as he stops leaking information. no thank you edward snowden said and with drew his own application for asylum
Jul 3, 2013 3:00am PDT
the president of bolivia's plane fly over the airspace because they were afraid edward snowden was on board. oh, boy. more about that on current tv. we have a big, big hour and the iq will go way up. (vo) current tv gets the conversation started weekdays at 9 eastern. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. the troops love me. tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's morning news block. you're welcome current tv audience for the visual candy. (vo) sharp tongue. >>excuse me? (vo) quick wit. >> and yes, president obama does smell like cookies and freedom. (vo) and above all, opinion and attitude. >> really?! this is the kind of stuff they say about something they just pulled freshly from their [bleep]. >> you know what those people are like. >> what could possibly go wrong in eight years of george bush? >> my producer just coughed up a hairball. >>sorry. >>just be grateful current tv doesn't come in "smell-o-vision" >> oh come on! the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo)only on current tv. >> did anyone tell the pilgrims they should self-deport? >> no, they
Jul 3, 2013 5:35am PDT
gobierno fueron base publicadas por univisiÓn en el caso de edward snowden. >>> protestas en egipto protestas contra el gobierno mursi dejan muertos y el ejÉrcito dice que podrÍa intervenir, asÍ comenzamos. >>> (♪). >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn, edicion nocturna, con im lÍa y enrique. >>> (♪). >>> muy buenas noches no es noticia que haga calor en verano pero si es noticia cuando las temperaturas alcanzan niveles record en partes de california y arizona y nevada el termÓmetro ha marcado hasta 124 grados y se espera que para prÓximo dÍas sigan aumentando, jaime con los detalles de esta ola de calor. >>> el suroeste del paÍs es un verdadero horno. >>> y dÓnde se han establecido centros de enfriamiento como este en las vegas. >>> y en el que decenas persona buscan refugio de las altas temperaturas. >>> beber agua y mantenerse alejados del sol sobre todo entre las once y cuatro de la tarde, pero en dÍas como hoy quizÁs hasta mas tarde todavÍa de eso. >>> en el condado de los Ángeles las autoridades de salud extendron alerta de calor en la zona desÉrtica del valle
Jul 2, 2013 10:00pm PDT
because of suspicions that edward snowden was on board. that is ne xt. ♪ ♪ chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for boat insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >>> in the spotlight tonight, so far the only country that wants edward snowden is the united states. the nsa leaker stuck in moscow has requested asylum from at least 20 countries. no country has said yes yet, but he did receive maybes from countries such as bolivia. >> this young man. 19 years old has to be protected by the international community. once i arrive to caracas, i will provide my official opinion. >> if snowden asks for asylum, will you provide it for him? >> yes, why not? if we receive a request, we're willing to consider it and enter into discussions. >> the bolivian foreign minister said the plane bringing him home was rerouted after france, and portugal refused to let it cross their air space because of suspicions that edward snowden was on board. the plane remains now at the airport in austria, the foreign minister says that snowden was not on the plane. hours early, the spokesperson
Jul 3, 2013 12:00am PDT
to reroute and land in austria. why? because of reports that nsa leaker edward snowden had been smuggled onboard when the plane left moscow. that story is coming up. >>> also tonight, right now it is is quite simply one of the largest protests in all of human history. what we are witnessing in egypt is a very delicate situation, on the verge of total chaos. we'll go live to cairo for the very latest. >>> plus, super awesome helicopters. they're super awesome and they're super expensive and for some crazy reason, they're jammed into the immigration bill in one of the craziest pork stories i've seen in ages. >>> but we begin tonight on this. the 49then anniversary of lyndon b. johnson signing the civil rights act into law. bill moyers wrote on that night, july 2nd, 1964, he found lbj who just signed one of the most monumental and morally elevated pieces of legislation in this country's history in, a quote, melancholy movement. when lawyers asked him what was troubling him, the president said "i think we just delivered the south to the republican party for a long time to come." 49 years lat
Jun 27, 2013 11:00pm PDT
>> rose: welcome to the program. we begin with the story of n.s.a., edward snowden and the leaking of so much material with the newspaper that's been at the center of this story, "the guardian," we talk to janine gibson, u.s. editor and alan rusbridger, editor-in-chief. >> here's what we do know. we know that he was extremely, more than probably any other whistle blower in history, edward snowden was incredibly clear eyed about what was going to happen to him. absolutely a product of his generation and the digital generation as well. he knew all the stories of those that had gone before. he was well aware that he was not going to be able to remain hidden and covert and secret for the rest of his life and he wanted to control the narrative around his own exposure. he was very clear eyed about that. so that's why you had the dynamic at the beginning of of the story where we publish lead the stories very rapidly, one after the other, before he revealed his own identity. we knew time on this -- this would be a race that the -- as soon as the n.s.a. realized there was a significant leak
Jul 2, 2013 4:00am PDT
. edward snowden applies almost everywhere for refuge while president obama meets with george w. bush in africa. >>> ultimate num egypt. countdown between protesters and supporters profit morsi. >>> plus, a russian rocket crashes on launch. serena cracks at wimbledon. and this nfl athlete clocks in at 25 miles per hour. "early today" starts right now. flrs this is "early today" for tuesday, july 2nd. >> good morning. i'm betty ngyuen. >>> a massive wildfire in arizona just continues to burn as a close-knit mountain community comes together to remember 19 fallen firefighters. a candlelit vigil was held in phoenix for the men as we learn more about just who they are. they were members of an elite group known at the granite mountain hot shots. they ranged from 43 to just 21. many were fathers and their chief said all of them died as heroes doing what they were called to do. last night a grieving community came to pay their respects. >> so heartbreaking for the families. >> they are all our brothers. they are all our sons, our fathers. and any policeman, anybody that will put their life o
Jul 3, 2013 5:00pm PDT
edward snowden. today that is really not going over very well. new details about what went down in that extraordinary story. >>> plus, some day i would genuinely love to come before you and do a story about how the big banks are not scamming people any more. not forcing minimum wage workers to pay to get their own paychecks, that night is not tonight sadly. my commentary on this latest outrage is coming up. >>> we begin in egypt, where the military backed by millions of people in the street has overthrown that country's first democratically elected president. a senior adviser to the freedom and justice party and spokesperson for the muslim brotherhood has just confirmed to our reporter that former president mohammed morsi has been placed under house arrest. by the republican guard. in fact, by the republican guard club. most members of the former president's team have also been placed under house arrest. the day started with a fast approaching dead line issued to the military on monday to respond to the mabs protests or risk intervention. yesterday in his last public address to
Jun 28, 2013 7:00pm PDT
. >> edward snowden's father said the whistleblower could return to the u.s. if the government agrees to certain conditions. he is wanted in his country after he leaked details of a classified surveillance program. his father has not spoken to him since april. he does not believe he betrayed his country. moscowharp has more from . he is the father of edward snowden, he is a retired u.s. coast guard officer. he is sending a letter to the u.s. justice department in which he said he is reasonably confident that his son would return to the united states of his own free will and volition if these conditions were met. that his son was not detained prior to his trial, that he would not be subject to any sort of gagging order. and also he would be involved in the location of the trial, where the physical trial would take place. whether or not the justice department would go along with this, whether they will listen to the demands of a father whose son is on the run, is very much far from clear. >> ecuador's foreign minister insist the world attention on edward snowden is unwarranted. >> the u
Jul 2, 2013 7:00pm PDT
of suspicions that edward snowden was on board. that is necessar nexte xt. [ male announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. i am the ghost of cookies past. residue. so gross. well you didn't use new pam, so it looks like you're "stuck" with me. [ female announcer ] bargain brand cooking spray leaves annoying residue. that's why there's new pam. >>> in the spotlight tonight, so far the only country that wants edward snowden is the united states. the nsa leaker stuck in moscow has requested asylum from at least 20 countries. no country has said yes yet, but he did receive maybes from countries such as bolivia. >> this young man. 19 years old has to be protected by the international community. once i arrive to caracas, i will provide my official opinion. >> if snowden asks for asylum, will you provide it for him? >> yes, why not? if we receive a request, we're willing to consider it and enter into disc
Jul 4, 2013 12:00am PDT
jet overnight rights because they had suspicions that intelligence leaker edward snowden may have been on board. and as matthew chance reports, this diplomatic incident has sparked a furious reaction across latin america. >> reporter: on the streets of bolivia's capital there's outrage at western treatment of ivo morales, their popular socialist president. the bolivian media has been quick to blame his imperialist enemy. pressure from the united states, reads this headline, "forces european countries to threaten the president's life." bolivians see the refusal to allow the presidential plane to enter key european airspace as a national insult. >> translator: we came very early to offer up the newspapers and the day's news. the news about the president seems like a very bad incident. that countries discriminate, that cannot happen. they need to ask president morales for forgiveness. >> reporter: the bolivian leader had been traveling home from an energy summit in moscow when, according to bolivian officials, both france and portugal refused to allow the presidential plane to cross their
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Jul 2, 2013 1:00am PDT
. >> bill: the united states telling russia and ecuador it better not harbor edward snowden. colonel ralph peters has the inside story on that. >> why did you decide to leave india and come here? >> luck. >> are you making any doe? >> not yet. bill jesse watters on recent immigrants coming to the united states trying to make a living coming to america. >> you are legal, right snsm. >> yeah. >> let me see your papers? i'm kidding you. >> caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the united states of loopholes. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. because i am a simple man, we all know that, all the supreme court business is way too confusing for me. so i spent a lot of time trying to break it down so everybody can understand what's going on. talking points now believes the supreme court is morphed into a political organization, not a body that seeks to uphold the constitution. so now we have three political concerns in the u.s.a., the house, the senate, and the
Jul 2, 2013 4:00pm PDT
? and now it looks like edward snowden is truly a man without a country, even one that will take him. >>>ly but let me start with the biggest trial in the country. this case will come down to whether george zimmerman believe head faced great bodily harm or worse at the hands of trayvon martin. what did happen in court today to show that was or was not the case? nbc news correspondent craig melvin joins us from sanford, florida. craig, thanks for joining us. this trial just the last couple of days has had a lot of twists and turns. i just wonder about the prosecution. their witnesses are not exactly going in the direction, i think, that they hope they'd would. >> yeah, you know what, chris, that's the point raised a lot today. and a lot over the past two days. specifically, you know, mark osterman was one of the witnesses that the state called today. mark osterman gets on the stand and within the first 90 seconds we learn that he is george zimmerman's best friend. he said at one point that he is the best friend i've ever had. they've known each other about five years. he wrote a book defendi
Jul 2, 2013 5:00am PDT
others who have had access said they should tighten security and use encrypted data. >>> edward snowden, the man who admitted to leaking information is trying to find asylum. -- asylum. some international leaders told edward snowden he is not welcome. >>> just a couple of hours, india rejected his request for asylum. they asked john kerry and russia's foreign ministers for answers. >> don't start with me please... we will have a chance to talk about a lot of things. >> russian president vladimir puntin said edward snowden could stay there as long as he stopped leaking u.s. am secrets and that prompted edward snowden to stop. the wikileaks' website posted a statement attributed to the nsa leaker. he accused the president and vice-president -- vice- president joseph biden to not help him after president barack obama said he would not prevent diplomatic wheeling and dealing. >>> and in moscow this morning, the president of venezuela is offering edward snowden, i will give you that update when i see you next. >>> the army psychiatrist will finally enter a plea this morning. and in military
Jul 4, 2013 1:00am PDT
, there was suspicion he was trying to take back with him edward snowden. mr. snowden has reportedly been hiding out in a moscow airport for over a week now. rumors started spreading last night that bolivia had decided to take him in. bolivia is one of the 20 or so countries from which mr. snowden has reportedly sought asylum. because of those suspicions that bolivia may take him to south america, the plane was denied access to airspace over spain, italy, france and portugal. bolivia's president was ultimately forced to land in austria, because he had nowhere else to go, and there were concerns he was going to run out of fuel. here's a picture of morales stranded at the airport. he was grounded in austria for 134 hours. -- 13 hours. i think these are some of his pilots grabbing a little shut eye as the entire bolivian government scrambled to try to figure out what was going on. after half a day on the ground. after announcing to the world that he had nothing to do with edward snowden and snowden was not on the plane. bolivia's president was finally able to take off early this morning. he's just now
Comedy Central
Jun 27, 2013 11:00pm PDT
with edward snowden in an underground bunker because that's -- >> because you're saying that would not be true, is that what you're saying? >> jon: sure. that's what mi saying, it's not true. >> we all miss you. everybody misses you. (cheers and applause) we miss you! >> jon: let me say this. >> what? >> jon: you're doing a phenomenal job. (cheers and applause) >> stop it. i don't watch it all the time because it's too weird, it's like watching someone have sex with your wife' wife's-- desk. >> you have a beautiful desk. your des something beautiful. >> jon: but i miss you guys like crazy cakes. i love you guys. i can't wait to see you. this has been exciting and invigorating but weird as hell. and i just wanted to check in and tell you i was thinking about you guys. and you are doing great. >> we have not changed much, you should know that, here. nothing much changed here. >> jon: good. >> the only key things is we play government ball against the mets every monday and bruce springsteen comes to play every tuesday night. >> jon: what! >> and then-- . >> jon: that's my favorite musician. >> we
Jul 3, 2013 2:00am PDT
surrounding edward snowden even more bizarre and complicated. right now, we have no takers yet for asylum. the nsa leaker it at a moscow airport. the 21 applications for asylum have not gone anywhere. venezuela president saying he'd consider a request but hasn't received one. some international drama. bolivia's president is in the midst of a tangle. apparently stuck in vienna evo morales said he have let snowden in. his flight was diverted to austria. bolivian officials are blaming the u.s. snowden's father has written a letter with a lawyer calling his son a modern day paul revere, acting honorably to alert the world to government wrongdoing. >> it is so bizarre, reading about that this morning and seeing, you know that the plane is still sitting there. but they're not searching the plane because they say they don't have any evidence to search the plane. >> it's extraordinarily unusual. i would say even unprecedented to ground the plane of a president of a country. >> right. they said they have checked all the passports of people on board but have not searched the plane. >>> the add obam
Jun 30, 2013 11:00am PDT
, to the latest developments in this case of nsa leaker edward snowden. he is still believed to be st staying somewhere in the moscow airport. today, a top russian lawmaker spoke out and said it would be quote immoral if moscow hands snowden to the u.s., calling it matter of principle. in a few minutes i'll find out what new revelations there are about the nsa and what has the european politicians so annoyed. >>> help may be on the way for some 24 million women who suffer from hot flashes. the fda has approved the first non-hormonal drug to treat one of the main symptoms of menopause. the drug will be sold as the name -- and it will be out in november, we understand. >>> protesters are calling for egyptian president morsi to resign and supporters he stay. today marks one year since he became president. ben wedeman joins me live from cairo. you see an incredible crowd but so far, it seems to be peaceful? >> reporter: yeah. there are hundreds of thousands if not millions of people not just in tahrir square because it is jam-packed. they're on the bridges going over the nile and road leading to
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Jul 1, 2013 7:00pm PDT
. jay, are you edward snowden? >> no, i'm jay. stephen: are you sure? you're white and you have glasses. >> so are you. tephen: oh, my god! i might be edward snowden. talk! am me: edward snowden? speak up, god damn it. [bleep]. no! okay. story checks out. folks, my job is not easy, as you can see. but lately my job has been kind of fun. you see, barack obama is engulfed in so many scandals, you almost forget he's black. for my money, his most serious scandal is the i.r.s.'s targeting of the tea party. well, last week those tea party patriots roared back. >> tea party protesters storming capitol hill. railing against the i.r.s. and the obama administration. >> thousands of supporters gathered outside the capitol to stand up against targeting from the i.r.s. and to push back against big government. >> now it's time for the politicians to listen to all of you. you're here. and you're clear. with your message. >> stephen: that's right. you're here. you're clear. and if you happen to be queer, high muss band runs a camp that can cure you with jesus. luckily, folks, one man is getting to the
Jul 3, 2013 6:30pm PDT
leaker edward snowden was on board. >> to save the new lost generation. captioned by the national captioning institute >> it has been a dramatic last few hours in egypt where tanks around on the streets of cairo after a military ultimatum ran out for president mohamed morsi. security forces put a travel ban on morsi and a number of his top officials in the muslim brotherhood. >> it's a move back in time for egypt, who has seen their first democratically elected president removed by the army. hundreds of thousands of people are out on the streets and are waiting for a statement from the military. >> for the very latest, we are going live to a correspondent standing by and carrie rowe. karima, is there a military coup underway? -- standing by in cairo. >> as we speak, the military is just making an announcement. it looks like a military coup. there are tanks out on the street. president morsi was informed that he is no longer president. >> we are getting life pictures from cairo right now, kareem. is the military starting their statement? [beep beep] >> we will tr
Jul 2, 2013 4:00am PDT
with the fallout from the secrets revealed by edward snowden, using information that allegedly came from snowden, the german magazine "der spiegel" reported the nsa eavesdropped on european union offices. meanwhile, snowden remains in the moscow airport and the number of countries that he's seeking asylum in is growing. tara mergener is in washington with more. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. according to wikileaks, snowden has requested asylum in 20 countries including u.s. rivals, china, cuba and venezuela. edward snowden's hopes of finding asylum in ecuador are in doubt. now the former nsa contractor is asking for help from other nations. he's been holed up at a moscow airport for more than a week. u.s. officials want him to return to face espionage charges. >> there have been high-level discussions with the russians about trying to find a solution. >> reporter: russian president vladimir putin said he won't send snowden back to the united states. but added that snowden will have to stop leaking nsa secrets if he wants asylum. on monday, wikileaks published a statem
Jul 2, 2013 2:00am PDT
their lives as the community gathers to remember them. >>> desperately seeking asylum, edward snowden applies everywhere for refuge. >>> ultimatum in egypt. countdown between protesters and supporters of president morsi. >>> plus a russian rocket crashes. serena crashes at wimbledon. >>> good morning. a massive wildfire in arizona continues to burn as a close knit community comesing to to remember 19 fallen firefighters. a candle light vigil was held for the men as we learn r more about just who they were. they were members of an e elite group known as the granite mountain hot shots and ranged in age from 43 to just 21 years old. many were fathers and all of them died as heroes doing what they were called to do. a grieving community came to pay their respects. >> so heartbreaking for the families. i just want to send my prayers and thoughts to the families. >> those guy. s are all our brothers, they are all our fathers. anyone who will put their life on the line to protect other people they don't know, i think e we should be willing to come and pay tribute to them. >> andrew, 29. anthony ros
Jul 1, 2013 5:30pm PDT
- goose chase. >>> nsa leaker edward snowden wants to stay in russia. an official said edward snowden asked for asylum. the president said he would be granted permission if he agreed to stop leaking national security secrets. he said edward snowden must stop his work aimed at damaging our american partners. >>> it was the deadliest day for wildfires since september 11. hear what we are learning about the 19 firefighters killed yesterday. >> the heat wave is taking a toll on the power grid, what you are asked to do. >> 100 degrees over the bay area. coming up what to expect for tomorrow and how long it heat wave will last. >> continuing to clock the commute across the bay bridge. ben cruz started his commute around 5:00 p.m. tonight and as you can see there, he has a long way before hegrets to the -- he gets to the bay bridge. >>> traffic is still very slow leaving san francisco, 101 on to 80. slow traffic although it is improving on 101. on city streets taking a long time for you to drive. we had one of our photographs driving along 46 minutes now coming up from the embarcadero. we wa
Jun 29, 2013 7:00am PDT
this issue but instead, the entire world is focused what happened with edward snowden and everyone is focused whether the fugitive is captured and that is not the problem. >> u.s. army has admitted to blocking access to parts of the group guardian newspaper. london-based paper brock -- broke the story about edwards now in great a spokesman says the military junta out reports and content related to government surveillance program to preserve what he called network hiding. he added it was also to prevent classified material appearing on unclassified parts of its computer system greenhead a lawyer for the retired u.s. general james cartwright has called allegations that he leaked confidential data to the media preposterous. the case is now prompting questions about the culture of releasing secret information within the united states. >> u.s. presidents don't like it when classified information turns up in the press. that was a case in 2003 when a newspaper columnist identified valerie plaine as a long time undercover cia operatives. >> if there is a leak, i want to know what it did sprinkleis. i
Jun 30, 2013 5:30am PDT
and computer systems at the european parliament. the information has come from edward snowden who is now on the run. correspondent is joining us live from london. the reaction is coming thick and fast. >> there has been furious reaction in europe to the story to bring our viewers up to speed with a story, it is coming in the german weekly news magazine which claims to have seen a document dated september of 2010 from the american national security agency, the nsa. they say they got ahold of part of the document links to edward snowden. according to the document, they are reporting the nsa targeted the u.s. offices in washington -- the e.u. offices in washington and new york and maybe even targeted e you buildings in brussels. it involved in planting of microphones and the infiltration of the computer network in each of the offices so the nsa could gain access to e-mails and other conversations inside. among theut the cat pigeons diplomatically. the e.u. and america are supposedly allies, at least on the surface. let's look at the reaction from europe today. the german justice minister ha
Jun 30, 2013 2:00pm PDT
>> new revelations from edward snowden are threatened to damaging relationships between the united states and european union. he says he has documents that show the u.s. and european union networks. world of cyber espionage, the distinction between allies and enemies can be a thin one. nonetheless, reports the united states has been actively targeting the european union has provoked genuine outrage from leaders. there spiegel claims a secret document describes how america's national security agency infiltrated computers at the eu premises in washington. similar surveillance was apparently carried out on the eu delegation at the united nations in new york. the president of the european parliament responded. >> i am shocked. treated as a representative of a european country like an enemy. >> former spies and consultants say even if the report is true, the nsa is simply doing its job. >> that is what their job is and that's what they are there to do. we should recognize the fact they are going to collect that information on things that are of interest to the host country. in this case, eu co
Jun 30, 2013 2:30pm PDT
documents leaked by former nsa contractor turned fugitive edward snowden. i say the secret services targeted germany, more than any other eu country. >> frankfurt is home to the world's biggest internet exchange which directs international data traffic to places like syria, molly, and eastern europe. tappedne of the hubs into by the nsa to record about half a billion telephone calls and text messages a month in germany. the report is based on information from former nsa contractor, edward snowden. "long with "the guardian newspaper, they have documents showing to -- showing germany was a target for u.s. buying. they show a ran and pop -- iran and pakistan are the most heavily monitored. but countries like germany get a yellow rating, meaning they are important to u.s. intelligence. by the deeply disturbed espionage activities of u.s. intelligence agencies. this is not acceptable among allies. spying by the u.s. intelligence agencies appears to be completely out of control. ,> we need an investigation which is what we are trying to achieve great it is unacceptable something we do not allow in
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